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STILL LIFE WITH JAR, CUP AND APPLES
Paul Cézanne, 1877
I was inspired to paint this picture while I was planting my new celosia plants. I had bought them from the store and they were mixtures of red, pink, and yellow flowers. They are magical and reminded me of the power of nature. I am not the best at painting but I am happy with how this turned out. I wanted to portray that calm feeling I got from my celosia flowers in this painting as well as show how delicate and soft they are. I tried to capture the intensity of their colors by painting them with a lot of light and different brushstrokes.
When I discovered your online Gallery, it was as if a dream had come true! I cannot express my gratitude enough for the time and consideration you devote to the entire submission/exhibition process on behalf of The Art Gallery Online and the artists you represent. The time and effort you devote to producing informative and helpful articles for artists who are new to this type of endeavor – artists who, like myself, are struggling to share their work with people – is invaluable.
Many thanks!!! You guys are incredible at assisting artists and facilitating possibilities for us to share our work with a broader audience. You guys are fantastic and a true advocate for artists. I cannot express my gratitude for everything you do!! I also enjoy the thought of being able to submit work electronically rather than having to physically send it to you. Given the remarkable times in which we find ourselves, it's a breath of fresh air to still be able to show/share our artwork with a larger audience.
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